This privacy statement applies to the use of the Fab Labs Nation website. This statement confirms our commitment to ensuring the privacy of visitors to the site.
We use software that receives and records the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses of computers that communicate with the Web site. We do not attempt to reconcile these addresses with the identity of users who visit the Website.
Only general information, such as IP address and site visit time, are tracked. In addition, data on the pages consulted is collected and compiled. This information is used internally and collectively to manage the site, diagnose technical problems and improve the content.
No personal information about the user is collected without his knowledge by electronic means and the cookies installed on the browsers are used only for authentication and logon purposes. However, a temporary cookie is used to validate forms (a letter of support for the Citizen Internet Platform, membership form) required for the Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) browsing session; This temporary cookie file stored in the RAM is automatically deleted when the visitor leaves the site.
The user’s personal information will not be made available to third parties or added to other information already available to us.
In accordance with the Act respecting Access to documents held by public bodies and the Protection of personal information (RSQ, c. A-2.1), a user who discloses personal information through the Web site may request that this information be Updated, corrected, consulted or removed from the consultation website by sending an e-mail to the following address:
firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the information to be replaced, modified, deleted or consulted.
This website may contain links to other sites. These links lead you to information that may be of interest to you in order to go deeper into the themes explored in our site. Communautique is not responsible for the content of these other sites and is not required to evaluate them regularly.
The material, content and information appearing on this website are intended primarily for Québec citizens. This site is controlled by Communautique from its offices in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Although the content of this site may be of interest to visitors from outside Quebec, Communautique makes no representation that it may be used elsewhere.
Neither Communautique nor any other party involved in the creation, production or accessibility of this website can be held liable for any direct, indirect, incidental or exemplary damages arising out of your access to or use of this website of this one.
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, all content on this web site is provided to you “as is”, without warranty of any kind, express or implied, including, without limitation, implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for Use and non-infringement. Some jurisdictions may prohibit the exclusion of implied warranties and as a result, some of these exclusions do not apply to you. Please read the laws that apply in your jurisdiction. Communautique assumes no responsibility and can not be held responsible for any damage to your computer equipment or other property or viruses that may affect them due to your use of this website.
The content of the site of Fab Labs Nation is made available under a contract Creative Commons which allows non-commercial content uses qui permet les utilisations non-commerciales du contenu under certain conditions mentioned in our licence. This license applies only to the contents written by Communautique and does not bind texts from external sources or sites that we unionize.
The graphic elements and the design of the site, including the CSS style sheet and the images, remain the exclusive property of Communautique in accordance with copyright law.